When Slater and Jesse are trying to decide what to do on Saturday night, Slater suggests that they go to a Raiders game. Why would the Raiders be playing on a Saturday night?
Goof: When Slater rips off his clothes to reveal his ballet outfit, his clothes are thrown to the right side of the stairs. After Screech comes out in the cheerleading uniform as Kelly, Slater's clothes are in the middle of the stairs.
Starting with this episode (and many to come) the lockers in the main hallway have changed color from red to orange!
In past episodes Zack has always made jokes about Slater being a jock. Doesn't his being a star on the track team make him a jock as well?
In this episode, we learn that Slater is not only the captain of the wrestling and football teams, but also the track team.
In this episode, Jessie's hair is much darker than normal. Probably because it was dyed earlier when she was in disguise as "Maria Tortilla."
When Zack gets a call from Nicki and Kelly simultaneously, he calls Lisa for help (after he fired her). Lisa wants all of the profits in return or she'll tell everyone that he's running the teen line and Zack says it's robbery. Actually, Zack is incorrect; it's not robbery, it's blackmail.
When Screech accidentally empties the box of the supposedly million-piece puzzle, there are obviously no more than a hundred average-sized pieces in it.
When Lisa's convincing Kelly to go to Paris, she says Kelly will meet guys with fancy names like 'Mark-Paul'. Zack is played by a 'Mark-Paul', Gosselaar.
Though a specific age isn't mentioned, while Zack discusses the school store's profits in Belding's office, it is revealed that Belding is over 40.
In this episode Kelly has a great singing voice, but in "Miss Bayside" her voice was terrible.
Nitpick: When Slater tells Jessie about the tape that was made of the girls singing in the locker room, Slater says to Zack "Next time bring me." But Zack didn't go into the girls' locker room, only Screech did.
In syndication, Lisa's kissing booth is not shown.
Mr. Tuttle says that he had been next in line to be principal before Mr. Belding got the position.
Mr. Belding agrees to bring back KKTY on the condition that he have the final say on what goes out on the air. That means he should've pulled the plug after Jessie went on and attacked the school board for threatening to close the Max, since her editorial flatly violated that agreement.
The photo of Mr. Belding in the old school newspaper is twice said to be on "pages 3 and 4," but pages 3 and 4 in any standard newspaper would appear back to back, not side by side.
Goof: Near the end when Zack introduces Screech as Al Bundy, the mic is visible above their heads.
In this episode Kelly says to her father that there are 7 other people living in her house, besides her. Meaning 5 brothers and sisters, and her mother and father. But in "Cream for a Day" she stated she is one of seven children in the Kapowski family.
Despite the couplings of Zack/Kelly and Slater/Jessie, there are several episodes to follow, that imply these couples are not together. In fact, it will not be until mid season that these relationships are clearly established and continue week to week.
This episode focuses on the prom. However, they are only high school sophmores. They should not be attending a prom of their own for at least another year and even that would be called a Junior Prom. So wouldn't that make this really just a 10th grade formal?
This episode marks Jessie and Slater's first "date".